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You cant do this reliably, unfortunately.... And If anyone could do it they would not tell you about it. It follows as a consequence that anyone trying to tell you that he can do this, is lying and trying to take you for a ride in one way or another. It is very true that some people get lucky. Some times on a streak, but eventually, unless they are trading with inside info, they will come up snake eyes.

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You cant do this reliably, unfortunately.... And If anyone could do it they would not tell you about it.

 

I believe it all highly depends on experience. And most probably the reason why they won't tell you secret is not because they're lying, but rather because they're far out of your league. So there's literally no chance for you to have a chat with them to learn their secrets...

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I believe it all highly depends on experience. And most probably the reason why they won't tell you secret is not because they're lying, but rather because they're far out of your league. So there's literally no chance for you to have a chat with them to learn their secrets...

 

Well in delicate questions they refer to their technical support which will provide detailed answers. Basically chat reps are for basic questions.

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You need to conduct a technical analysis to track the past price movement to predict the future price movement. This will show the next rise and fall. But you need to be careful as the data from the analysis can be affected by many other external factors like politics, events etc. So, its better to take the help of the expert here. 

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On 8/22/2018 at 11:31 AM, nameeta26 said:

You need to conduct a technical analysis to track the past price movement to predict the future price movement. This will show the next rise and fall. But you need to be careful as the data from the analysis can be affected by many other external factors like politics, working capital loan , events etc. So, its better to take the help of the expert here. 

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I agree. Share prices change because of supple and demand. If more people want to buy a stock (demand) than sell it (supply), then the price moves up. Conversely, if more people wanted to sell a stock than buy it, there would be greater supply than demand, and the price would fall.

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In finance, volatility (symbol σ) is the degree of variation of a trading price series over time as measured by the standard deviation of logarithmic returns. Historic volatility measures a time series of past market prices.

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Volatility (both positive and negative) can be measured by the standard deviation of returns. Standard deviation is a measure of how much a statistic deviates from its average. Lower standard deviations mean the results didn’t vary much, and higher ones mean there was more variability.

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El mercado de divisas no está centralizado en ningún mercado de valores, como es el caso de los mercados de valores y futuros. El mercado de divisas se considera un mercado de venta libre (OTC) o un mercado "interbancario", ya que las transacciones se realizan entre dos partes por teléfono o a través de una red electrónica.

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